How PER works
CPF’s updated Personal Exposure Reporting (PER) offers a simple straightforward process, broken out into individual screens that don’t require you to enter a single chemical name. Easily update exposure records online, upload documents to support exposure report and download .pdf copies of your report with just a single click.
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Sign-up and sign-in
NEW INDIVIDUAL PER MEMBERS: If you’ve never reported exposures through CPF’s PER system, hit SUBSCRIBE at the top of the page. Fill out the form and enter payment info.
PRE-PAID MEMBERS: If your department or local union is paying for your membership, CLICK HERE to activate. (FIND OUT HERE if you are pre-paid)
EXISTING MEMBERS: If you have reported exposures before August 1, 2017, you must activate your account in the new system. (ACTIVATE HERE).
Report NEW Exposures
With PER Online, you can now track exposures at every incident by the type of exposure – fire, medical or hazmat. No need to list or remember those chemical names.
After entering basic info about the incident, you’ll proceed screen-by-screen in logical succession, entering new exposures, medical symptoms, treatments and any additional information.
Answer a few simple questions about the incident, then tap or click the green button to record the exposure. If you have to leave before you’re finished, just hit the blue button to save it to finish later.
Edit EXISTING Exposures
Every exposure in your record can be edited and updated with new information. From your list of incidents, just pick the EDIT button at the right of the one you want. Quick links at the top of the page will direct you to the spot to enter the additional data.
You will also have the opportunity to upload documents related to the exposures – medical reports, x-rays, witness statements, etc. These can be stored and accessed later if needed.
Edit RECURRING Exposures (new)
With PER, you can easily track exposures that are part of everyday life in the fire station. Diesel exhaust, mold in the station, perhaps asbestos.
For each recurring exposure, you enter the full information just once. To add more days, just open the item and click the calendar. No need to enter separate reports for each day!
Downloading and accessing your report
With PER, you can now download your exposure information at the same place you enter it. Just open an incident record, and click the DOWNLOAD button. By checking “Detailed Report”, you can get all the information entered on each incident, including supporting documents.